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it, senator majority leader harry reid and talks about this to -- and max baucus -- jon kyl, and nothing more than a trojan horse. shepard: shannon bream, thanks. to afghanistan. the country is going forward with the election, and militants seem determined to disrupt it. a pair of attacks today. two mortars landed near the presidential palace. we are told the president hamid karzai was not hurt near that strike. hamanother seven people were killed and another attack. they are hoping to the polling places relatively safe for as many people as possible, but with a series of threats, taliban militants are making it clear that casting a vote means risking life and limb. greg reports live from kabul. >> we are just a little away from the voting. the taliban is sending out a g:t(q&y message. now&ere was that message more clear than in the eastern portion of the city of kabul. we were there shortly before a car bomb struck there. a suicide car bombers leaving at least one person killed, two u.n. employees killed, and is typical with these attacks, dozens and dozens of civilians kil
, but the conservatives are being captured by right wingers. sean: chris dodd is going to lose. harry reid -- ok. bob macdonald is going to be the new governor of virginia. >> that when i will give you. sean: governor paterson is out in new york. he is done. >> we have a $3.5000 bet. sean: we are done. -- we have 83 hoa $3500 bet. >> we were in a tailspin. >> we were in a tailspin.
language here. on the liberal side, nancy pelosi calling protesters un-american. harry reid calling opponents of health care evil mongers. nadler saying fascist. pelosi calling insurance companies "the real villains." the conservative side, sarah palin saying obama's death panel down right evil. chuck grassley saying every right to fear death panels. a congressman from georgia saying this is a steam roller of socialism. john boehner last month saying government-encouraged euthenasia included in the health care plan. we heard that echoed from newt gingrich as well. >>> pat buchanan, the splilness in this debate just escalating, now you have nadler talking about fascism. >> let me tell you, i just did a column and i have polls out. this is insanity on liberal democrats. 64% of moderates say the protesters are behaving appropriately and 40% of democrats say that. and by almost two to one, people who know about the protesters identify with them, not against them. joe, there's a story today about a congressman in the neighboring district, congressman boyd. he held three town hall meeting
, booktv weekend continues in prime time. tonight, julian kent, chris anderson, and harry reid. >> as the health care conversation continues, our health care of it is a key resource. go on line and follow the latest ads in links. keep up-to-date with current events and town hall meetings, even update with your own citizen video. >> this fall, and for the home to america's highest court. from the grand public places to those only accessible by the nine justices, the supreme court is coming first son i in october on c-span. >> "washington journal" continues. host: joining us now, duke university law school professor, scott silliman, talking about the military facility in guantanamo bay. guest: pleasure to be with you. host: what is the status of closing the military facility there? guest: it will be closed by january of next year, according to the president. that means that you have to read it -- relocate the more than 200 detainee's that are still there. the vast majority will never face a criminal trial. the dilemma for the obama administration is where to put these folks. host
. today, republican senator jon kyl issued this warning. >> harry reid said we're going to have the same type of public option. call call it what you want, it is by any other name, it is a trojan horse. >> asked whether the president would favor co-ops as a viable alternative, robert gibbs said today there is not enough detail yet to make any kind of commit many. bret. bret: shannon, thank you. the country's largest over 50's group says it has lost 60,000 members since july 1 because of its support of healthcare reform. the aarp spokesman says the organization gained 400,000 new members during that period and renewed a million and a half. aarp, we are told, normally loses about 300,000 members each month. with the momentum for the so-called public option waning, one of the alternatives mentioned is the co-op system. fox business news correspondent rich ensign has been looking into co-ops. first of all what is a co-op? >> there are a number of co-ops. there are ones for utilities in rural areas and ones
now is harry reid from nevada and number one on the republican side is mitchell mcdonnell and his number two is robert bennett from utah. dick durbin from lynn's home state from illinois, it's actually unusual for a big state senator to actually have like a huge impact player in the senate because usually it's smaller and moderate size to get the power. >> sure. but does that variable play into a conversation about health care reform which is a 305 million person problem ultimately, particularly for both health care and the economics of providing that health care, does a model like this, is a model like this ill-suited to deal with a problem like health care, i guess? >> yes, this is when -- >> lynn, go ahead, first. >> when you have an each panel, it's hard to make a decision to get something done. i think it's asking for consensus troo early in the process by the small number of people when you have all of these issues swirling around you. that's -- you know, this is the issue management problem for the obama white house right now. on the other hand, it sounds very reasonable, d
-span.org/healthcare >>host: harry reid it is a pleasure for me to have the opportunity to interview you we have done a lot of things together over many, many years but this is a first for i am looking forward to having the opportunity to talk about your new book. >>guest: we have this longstanding relationship of 26 years but i am so used to having people question me that even you i am a little anxious with you. [laughter] >>host: this will be fun. tell me how you came across the the title "the good fight" what does that mean? >>guest: i think the fact that fight is not negative it is part of what life is all about. you cannot have good fights that are not to unnecessary you cannot have fights just to be fighting and so i thought that was a good title so o if people want me to put my name on the book i say it is our fight so that is the best that i can come up with. >>host: i think it is a great title and i appreciate you're right teeing you inscribed the book to me, and unlike anybody who has written a book you had done that around the tidal and i appreciate that. >> i know what i put it in your book my
fight. thank you harry reid for sharing that could fight story with us today and let's continue to believe >> the first named hurricane of this season has been named but hurt her 10 bill is still not a threat to land congress recently held a hearing looking a hurricane preparedness and economic effect of the storm is part of this is two hours [inaudible conversations] >> good morning welcome to the commerce committee and on this panel we are joined by a distinguished group of experts, the assistant administrator for oceanic and atmospheric research dr. richard spinrad leaves the office at the national oceanic and atmospheric administration and dr. richard spinrad will discuss the efforts to improve research were predicting and forecasting hurricanes and the agency's work with coastal states to assess vulnerability to hurricanes and to try to create something that we all desire which is a disaster resistant community. and dr. kelvin droegemeier the associate vice president for research and reset -- regents professor for meteorology at the university of oklahoma. dr. kelvin droege
-ops would have to be the same as a public option. harry reid said call it public option, whatever you want to call it. that's what they want. >> electric costs for america has been working for decades and decades. >> why do we need another one? >> we need one for health care. >> we have one. >> really, we don't have one. >> they're all across america right now. but they're not run by the government. >> the beat continues, obviously. >> hurricane bill -- >> thanks, guys. see you later. >> hurricane bill could be a big one. the winds are getting stronger, the storm is getting closer. could even hit the carolina coast. we're going to have the latest for you. >> the dow up 74 points and hanging in there. of back with more "power lunch" after this. >>> the first hurricane of the season is gathering force over the atlantic. weather channel's nick walker joins us from atlanta with the latest. hi, nick. >> hi, sue, hi, mandy. take a look at a strengthening hurricane bill. very symmetrical system here. the eyewall has lots of thunderstorms in it, a very well-defined, large eye. obviously strengthen
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